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Shea butter comes from the fruits of the shea tree, also called "butter tree". It is a tree that grows mainly in the wooded savannas of West, Central and East Africa. In my native tongue, Mandinka, its name means "life". For generations my family from northern Ivory Coast & southern Ghana have used shea butter  for our skin and consumed it in the kitchen. Parents also use it to massage their children as it strengthens their muscles. They also use it during pregnancy to prevent stretch marks, improve blood circulation, and relieve muscle contractions. My wife and I took the opportunity to share this secret of well-being with everyone.


The Shea Nut Tree is truly a miracle product for all!


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Shea Butter

What is Shea Butter?

Shea butter is a fat produced from the seeds and kernels of the shea (Karite) tree. The shea tree is native to West Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa. Its butter has been used internally and externally for centuries across the continent to soothe the skin.

Why Shea Butter?

To keep your skin intact, it requires special and daily maintenance.Shea butter happens to be one of its pearls that helps take care of our skin. By its composition, pure untreated shea butter is a real friend to the skin. Indeed, rich in fatty acids (Omega 6 and 9, stearic and palmitic acid), it has the same properties as sebum and thus hydrates and nourishes the skin in depth. It also contains karitene, vitamin A, E and F, alcohols that absorb part of UV rays.

Benefits of Shea Butter?

General use of Shea Butter

Restores elasticity to the skin

Protects against the sun

Autoregulates the skin

Soothes irritations

Facilitates healing

Nourishes the hair

During pregnancy:

​ Prevents stretch marks

Improves blood circulation

Relieves muscle contractures.

After pregnancy, you can continue to use it for yourself, but you can also share it with your baby:

Reduces stretch marks

Maintains and protects baby's skin

Helps in the healing of the baby navel 

Where does CBD come from?

CBD is typically extracted from hemp, which is bred to contain minimal THC - industrial hemp, according to federal law, must contain less than 0.3 percent THC. Hemp-derived CBD products offer the properties of the entire hemp plant (CBD, additional cannabinoids, terpenes) without the presence of THC – so no associated high!

CBD is also a particular type of phytocannabinoid – one of the several identified phytocannabinoids found in Cannabis sativa, including others such as cannabinol (CBN) and cannabigerol (CBG). A phytocannabinoid is a cannabinoid that synthesizes in plants organically, and conversely, an endocannabinoid is one that our bodies naturally produce. Endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids react to the same type of receptors stretched throughout the human body, which is why phytocannabinoids are particularly useful.


Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is one of the most studied compounds of the 116-plus known cannabinoids found in industrial hemp. CBD is often regarded as the most important cannabinoid ever discovered. With on-going research, the list of uses is growing and giving more and more hope to those looking to enhance their overall quality of life.




Why CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) has quality benefits concerning the human body; emerging studies seem to support the idea that CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) – a biological network composed of cannabinoid receptors – to help the body maintain overall health and wellness. CBD works with your ecs to promote everyday health and wellness support and is a naturally occurring cannabinoid found in the hemp plant.

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